Accidents at work, still dead and injured on site. In Milan, Pisa and Chieti

Accidents at work, still dead and injured on site. In Milan, Pisa and Chieti
Accidents at work, still dead and injured on site. In Milan, Pisa and Chieti

Another black day on the front of Accidents at work. A man of 47 years old he died on Saturday morning around 11 after an accident at work in a company in building materials for construction sites in Santa Croce sull’Arno, in the province of Pisa. The firefighters, the carabinieri and the 118 health workers intervened on the spot and could not but ascertain the death of the man who resided in the area.

A They launch, in the province of Chieti, in the countryside in the locality of Torre Marino, on the other hand, a 37-year-old worker from the province of Enna died in an accident that occurred in a construction site set up for the construction work of a pipeline. According to a first reconstruction of the facts, the man would have fallen into one excavation to carry out some checks when it was run over by an earth mass of one wall that has given way. The Prosecutor of Lanciano opened an investigation.

Inside the thermal power plant from Turbigo, in the province of Milan, have remained two workers injured who had fallen from about 4 meters high. The incident occurred shortly after 11.30 on Saturday. One of the two, a 49-year-old, reported a head trauma and injuries to the face and arms, and was taken in serious condition to the Niguarda hospital. The other, a 42-year-old, instead reported only trauma to the shoulder and an arm and was taken in yellow code to the hospital in Varese.

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